Monday, July 7, 2014

Lately

Life seems to run fast, and so is time. Half of 2014 has gone. Now we are in 2nd week of July! Oooo.

Nothing much to rant as life goes on as usual for me. Doing the same stuff every day, living a life of a homemaker. Maybe before I started my rant, some of you may have fallen asleep. *wink*

How do I start my day? Lately I am into muesli! Not really crazy about this cereal but I have been gaining weight since I were back from Thailand. Hard to shed away those weight so I have to start to watch my diet. And I am on this breakfast regime with hubby so we have the organic muesli with milk in the morning. Supposed to help in cholesterol and blood pressure too.

I am back to my reading routine. Into this novel series! Finished the first novel and have been hunting for the 2nd novel in the series. Have no luck in that department yet. Maybe I would search online if I could not find the 2nd novel in bookstores over here. Love the story line of the first novel, and just hooked onto it when I had times for myself during the days.
Magical and mystical world of warriors and avatars

The little one is going to be 10 months old this weekend. He can stand well now. Soon I think he will be on his feet taking those little steps. 


Thank God for the every day' s blessing. Life may sound and look ordinary but I am glad to count my blessing every now and then. Sometimes an ordinary life may not be a bad thing. 


15 comments:

Princess Ribbon said...

I like reading about families and routines and things like that, I won't fall asleep la.. hehe.. It would be nice to read about what you do that day.. A day in a SAHM's life.. What do you think?

ChrisAu said...

Yeah, time really pass so fast and we are in the second half of the year and World cup is ending soon!
:(

Sharon D said...

I guess you'll be very, very busy once he starts walking, Rose. I've seen my nephews in action..lol ^.^

mun said...

Good to see you eating the oats in the muesli. More energy to chase after your youngest son when he starts to walk. :)

Ez Vina said...

Aiyo.. That lil one is so cute.

Merryn said...

Your baby Jamie so cute so pinchable! I don't have time to read books leh... Always on FB too much. Haha

Gabrielle at Find Me Those Heels said...

Thanks for sharing these little details, it's always nice to have an insight into the lives of others (ignore how creepy that sounds haha)! I haven't yet tried musli, but I eat a lot and I mean a LOT of frusli bars, which is pretty much the snack-sized condensed version of musli! Have a nice week :)

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suituapui said...

Seems a lot of people are into overnight oats - I wonder how they prepare that. Never bothered to find out.

Yee Ling said...

I have been eating lots of overnight oats..hahha

I only spend about 20 mins a day in the car to read while waiting for my girl to finish school. Sometimes will skip if not in the mood.

trishie said...

My baby boy has been having muesli with fruits for his breakfast lately. I however, am not (I find it too bland). How cute is Jamie in the tub!

Azura Chan said...

Cereal helps a lot in reducing weight (in a healthy way), yup I believed that. I had been eating Cornflakes fitness for dinner for two weeks and my flabby tummy is slowly flattened. ahaha... The only problem is, I have no time to exercise. :'(

Coffee Girl said...

Your boy looks so adorable! hihihi Happy July Rose!

Somewhere in Singapore said...

Very fast, haiz.... 1/2 year gone liao...

Hayley said...

Now many people is crazy about overnight oats, hehe!

Your little one is so cute and chubby, wanna pinch pinch him can? :p

Small Kucing said...

so big liao :)